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's what we need to do. in addition to what toby says about infrastructure. california prices are up 20 to 30 cents in a day and this is no national supply destruction. because we haven't built a refinery since the mid 70's and because of energy infrastructure is lacking. we don't have the pipelines to transport the energy and one more point, it's also not just the fear premium. we have the purchasing price of the dollar. it's no coincidence the fact that oil prices, gasoline is up 100% since inauguration day and the debt is up more than 50% and gold is soaring through the roof there's no coincidence, the dollar, it's a factor in the equation and should be addressed. >> thank you. gas prices aren't the only thing addressing our economy right now the fiscal cliff, train wreck of automatic tax hikes and spending, and that's why neil will be live from the nation's capital next week, hosting a special cost of freedom. 10 a.m. to noon eastern. countdown to catastrophe. >> and before you call 911, it could be creating an emergency for taxpayers. i've been a superintendent for 30 some years at
guided the republican party in california to irrelevance. i think that you're seeing a decisive moment at the federal level for republicans much like california in 1994. >> eliot: that's a fascinating metaphor. i had not seen anyone draw that parallel but you're right. by driving the latino voters in california, they made it squarely a democratic state. now your organization has put out an ad that i don't think has aired yet. it basically says in the context of the voteer i.d. laws here's what you need to do to make sure you can vote to exercise your bank democratic right to vote. let's take a look at this ad. >> warning, republicans like january brewer, mitt romney and their tea party friends are trying to steal your vote. wherever you live stolen votes will effect you and almost half of the latino voters in the country. we can stop them. before going to vote on election day, plan on time to vote. second, plan how to edit there. fourth, plan who you will take with you. [ speaking spanish ] we can't let them steal it. >> eliot: arturo, what do you hope to accomplish with this ad? >> we
. martha: former california governor schwarz * spilling details about his marriage with maria shriver. he recounted in painful detail how he broke the news to his children that he fathered a child out of wedlock with the family housekeeper. >> i think it's the stupidest thing i have done in the whole relationship it was terrible. i inflicted tremendous pain and maria and unbelievable pain on the kids. i had to tell them that each about what has happened and how i have screwed up. >> how did that go? >> they cried. it takes you -- it tears your heart out when you have to tell them that. martha: that was something. the whole thing. quite interesting. the interview. it's timed to coincide with his new book. "total recall." my unbelievably true life story. it comes out today. bill: that was a remarkable interview. how he recalled and looked back on that time. martha: interesting to say the least. bill: he's on "fox and friends" tomorrow morning. we we'll talk to the governor then. we are two days away from debate number one. a brand-new rasmussen poll shows many of you can still be persuaded
this past hour, the president left on a two-day campaign swing through california, on a campaign effort, how else do you think they pay for those ads? >> hey, you don't miss much, do you, alex? >> talking about the unemployment number, we also saw a strong debate, still about the debate. >> well, you know it is a good thing for the president's supporters and they're looking forward to it. he gets two more bites of the apple, when vp paul ryan goes up against joe biden, and candidates have less and less tried to paint it as a victory, nobody agrees with it. and david axelrod said the president let mitt romney get away with too much. the president is his own worst critic. and robert gibbs, of course, works directly for the campaign, and newt gingrich talked more about the campaign, let's have a little bit more of a listen. >> it is not rocket science to believe that the president was disappointed in the expectations he has for himself. but look, i think part of that was because as i said earlier, we met a new mitt romney, we met a mitt romney that wanted to walk away from the central theory of
is hosted by the university of southern california schwarzenegger's institute for state and global policy. panelists include senator john mccain and former senator tom daschle. >> we all breathe the same air. ladies and gentlemen, please welcome the chairman of the institute and the inaugural holder of the governor downey chair professor of state and global policy at u.s.e., governor arnold schwarzenegger. [applause] >> thank you. thank you. thank you very much. thank you very much for the fantastic introduction. that's exactly the way i wrote it. [laughter] also thank you very much for your great partnership. one thing i wanted to correct what you said today is i did not win miss universe. different bikinis, waxing, all of those things i did not win that competition. it's mr. universe. anyway, i want to say how enthusiastic i am about being in partnership with u.s.c. the president from the beginning was -- we were drawn to his creativity and vision. his extraordinary vision and commitment to u.s.c. and schwarzenegger institute is unmatched. to be honest also, great being the only one tha
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of maintaining a dynamic industry. so part of the reason that i went to california is to understand what drives innovation and investment in this industry, but also to hear from them about ways that washington could be more engaged to make sure that our decisions, you know, both reflect the nature of the business and help them do what they do even better. >> host: final question, eliza krigman. >> let's talk about the politics at the fcc. do you feel any pressure to be more conservative than commissioner mcdowell, and do you consult with one another about a team approach on the issues? >> guest: i don't feel any pressure one way or the other. i can tell you we've never had any conversation like that, nor have i had a similar conversation about small p politics with any of my colleagues. it's remarkable how well we work together. the vast majority of our work is done on a bipartisan, consensus basis, and when we do have concerns, tease are issues where reasonable people can disagree, and we approach the disagreement in that way. and so i've been very fortunate to have four colleagues who are ble
environment for that talent. >> energy and then campaign finance. >> you are looking at california right now. their massive increases in the costs. when consumers are paying for gasoline, they're not able to purchase their basic commodities every day. what is happening? governor brown is proposing a relaxation of regulation that impact energy industry. that is clearly a concession that regulation drives the costs of energy. we need to have the same focus of discussion in washington. what is happening in california can happen -- >> it is harder to buy gas in california and hawaii, from what i heard. -- than hawaii, from what i heard. >> if you have a stool with two legs, it will fall over. look at what the canadians did with their cash cow. we have more of a cash cow in energy than anyone. we can do spending, taxes, and energy with our cash cow. we can make a real deal. >> tom, you think this will happen with the makeup of the government we have today? >> i think when people figure out there is a big chunk of change and there is a debate of people trying to protect entitlements and those tryi
oakland california is going to be along a little bit later as well as stephanie, the head of emily's list great organization promoting pro-choice democratic women for offices everywhere, state and local and federal office. dave zirin our own sports guy will be along to talk about them giants. but first -- >> this is the "full court press." >> on this thursday, other headlines making news, we'll start with the giants. world series game one last night. san francisco beat the detroit tigers 8-3. thanks to pablo sandoval hitting three home runs. he becomes the only fourth player in history to ever pound three homers in a world series game along with reggie jackson babe ruth and albert pujols. >> he's in good company. that's decent company. >> bill: they have put him right in the -- they should put him right in the hall of fame. >> detroit pitcher justin verlander gave up five runs in four innings of work. game two in san francisco. baumgartner takes the mound for the giants. >> bill: i saw when the pitching coach
. it should. 160,000 jobs in ohio are no more important than 160,000 jobs in alabama or california. they are more important under our current political system. in fact, i like to imagine what politics would look like if there was no electoral college and the votes in my people of the bronx. the bronx is 1.4 million residents, more than 11 entire states. no presidential candidate there cares about what people think. it's safely blue. if they did, they might do campaign event there is and set up field offices and find a landscape different than the one we have talked about nationally. more than 30% of the burrows live in poverty. a 2011 poll from the new york daily news found one-half of the burrows residents were worried about winding up on the street. can you imagine a national political campaign that talked about homelessness? the home ownership rate in the bronx was just under 20%, which means the vast majority of residents live in rental housing and concerned with safe affordable housing and ignored in the national political conversation. think about what a radical sight it woul
a shot of energy back in there. host: you are a native from california, now living in ohio. california is not even in the mix, the president yesterday raising money. what is it like for you? guest: as someone who studies election law, it is great to be in a state where you see presidential candidates campaigning. because of our electoral college system, most of the country nowadays, it is a small number of states that get virtually all of the attention. we are either the beneficiaries are the victims, depending on your perspective. you cannot turn on the television in ohio without seeing a campaign advertisement, including many presidential advertisements, without being hit by a motorcade. in your station, channel 10, at 5:30 in the morning there is a six minute commercial break and in those minutes six different commercial ads ran. at what point is there a law of diminishing returns? guest: if your campaign has the money, you cannot go quiet. i think he would be at a disadvantage, if they go dark. more importantly, to answer the question, the vote in ohio is today, this week. these ca
of california and senator, we appreciate your taking the time. i know you're out on the campaign trail. fighting for the president today. let me just ask you this question. >> and -- and congresswoman -- and congresswoman shelly berkeley. i wanted to make sure you knew, i was also out in nevada, campaigning for shelly berkeley, who we're trying to make a senator from the house. first, i have to say, the president did put the wars back on budget. so it is true that george w. had them off budget. they're on budget. so that criticism is wrong. let me tell you how i respond to everything you said. and i listened to it intently. >> yes. >> i've run 11 successful elections for myself. they're hard, they're difficult. but it is true, at the end, you still have those undecideds. and even though president obama, as you point out, has talked about these ideas. for example, one you didn't mention is taking away tax breaks for companies who ship jobs overseas. the reason he wants to put this together, they're still undecided, and the republicans are complaining, where's the beef, where's the plan. so he put
industry. so part of the reason i went to california is to understand what drives innovation and investment in this industry, but also to hear from them about ways that washington could be more engaged to make sure that our decisions, you know, both reflect the nature of the business and help them do what they do even better. >> host: final question, eliza krigman. >> let's talk about the politics at the fcc. do you feel any pressure to be more conservative than commissioner mcdowell, and do you consult with one another about a team approach on the issues? >> guest: i don't feel any pressure -- [laughter] one way or the other. i can tell you we've never had any conversation like that, nor have i had a similar conversation about small p politics with any of my colleagues. the vast majority of our work is done on a bipartisan consensus basis, and when we do have concerns, these are issues where reasonable people can disagree, and we approach, you know, the disagreement in that way. and so i've been very fortunate to have four colleagues who are blessed with both deep understanding of communic
by the democrats, we have three seats in north carolina. there is a seat in indiana and california so we feel good about where we are going. we know this will be a tight election and this is the crunch time for both parties. host: david wasserman goes on to handicap the balance of the house -- guest: we need 25 seats to take back a house and those are his rankings. there are 66 seats across the country right now that president obama won in the 2008 election that are either controlled by republicans for our brand new season the districting not controlled by a democrat right now. we feel terrific about our prospects. we have 53 candidates currently on our registered blue program that highlights our best campaigns. that is twice the number of seats we need to take back the majority. there is plenty of capacity for us to take this back. wasserman has been moving the rankings in our way. host: he also takes up the point you made that democrats are fond of noting how may house republicans were carried in 2008. and and guest: we have 53 candidates. these are campaigns that are our highest benchmarks for
, it is making its way through the streets of l.a. california dreaming at about two miles per hour, inching its way toward the california science center. thousands of people turning out to watch. going to check on its progress in just a little while can. you imagine being able to look out your window and see that? that's the coolest thing ever. >> i feel sorry for the guys looking good, looking good, and the guy who measured it to the inch. >> their hearts racing. i told you to the left! >> good luck to that. >>> also, it's as if no time has passed between these three. the stars of "the carol burnett show" are just as sharp and funny as they were in the late '60s. a look back at the good times they had on the show we all grew to love. >> i wanted to be carol burnett. also laverne from laverne and cher lee. >>> plus, prince harry, proof it's not just for show. >>> but let's begin with the devastating news out of colorado. authorities confirming the body found in a field belongs to the missing 10-year-old jessica ridgeway. leanne greg is live in westminster, colorado, with the latest. >> reporter
being built in california now by the chinese people. and my state, my governor, brought in teachers from india, relocated them, paid them to relocate, plus the dream act, paying them to relocate. where our teachers are laid off. so i'm saying he keeps blaming bush, blaming bush. well, you can only blame bush so long, and the democrat from florida talking about, oh, the billionaires are against him. who do you think is putting up the money for him to go from state to state at our expense? host: that's bonnie in maryland. we've got an item from "the washington post" this morning. this is by paul cane, the headline, harry reid hurt in a car crash. he's got an update. he says that reid suffered from rib and hip contusions and was cleared for release by doctors, according to the statement from his office. some members of his security detail, along with a staffer, also experienced minor injuries. this is talking about a crash outside of downtown las vegas. host: back to the phones. lisa in parker, colorado, is on our line for independents. good morning, lisa. caller: hello, good morning. host:
in california gas prices while residents were sleeping the state-wide average is now $4.61 which is an all-time high for the state. the price jumped 12 cents overnight. near los angeles lines of cars snaked through this gas station spilling out onto the street there. drivers were flocking to stations selling gas below the state average. many stations shut down this week after running out of fuel. an independent stations say they can barely break even. drivers say they can't believe the price. >> even this little car, it's still like 45 bucks to fill up. yeah. 5 bucks? oh, my god yeah. >> it's just crazy. i just pumped gas. i feel ripped off. >> experts blame the shortage on supply line problems including a fire at a major refinery as well as a power outage as another. >>> the skyrocketing gas prices are dominating headlines in california but there are other stories figuring prominently in newspapers out west. like this one from the "daily news" in the bay area "apple fans mark the first year without steve jobs." apple devotees have set up a makeshift memorial outside a store in palo alto t
of the united states and the west were originally part of mexico. california, nevada, parts of utah, texas, new mexico, arizona, colorado. that was all the northern territory of mexico, and there were mexican citizens living on that land before it became part of the united states. as they say in south texas or in northern new mexico, southern colorado, we didn't cross the border, the border crossed us. >> mexicans have a big presence here and they have had a big presence here. and it just does to show you how this country is a country of immigrants. so it's very difficult when you hear people say american values and american values are being threatened by the influx of immigrants from other countries. what american values? american values are values of immigrants that made this country. >> i'll throw out it's easy to argue for an open border, right, like the european community. it is never going to happen here. i don't think so. >> why? >> because the economic differences are so big. when an immigrant here in the united states can make in half an hour what they make a day in mexico, about $5 a
california used to be a swing state where places went back and forth. we see these things change. now this era of the end of the national campaign could change in the future, but for now it seems here to stay. >> chris, that national journal report talked about the president's team maybe pulling out of key states like north carolina, virginia, and florida while unwilling to concede that they might be losing in those states. let's play the what-if game, if you would indulge me for a minute. we never had an electoral college tie, 269-269. more and more people like our friend nate silver are talking about the possibility of an electoral tie this year. what do you make of that? is that wishful thinking? do we want some absurd, hilarious scenario? >> as journalists we wanted tochto. a tie would be historic. it would go to the house of representatives, of course, ruled by the republicans at this time. the odds are pretty small. obama's campaign is looking at other states. this is a plan b, because they know they can pick up came of them, they can secure the 270 electoral votes they need. th
. the president. he begins a frenetic 48-hour tour which will take in to iowa, colorado, california for jay leno, back to nevada, by the way that's today. while in los angeles, of course, the president will sit down with the tonight show jay leno. katy perry will make an appearance for the president. friday the president sits down with sway calloway for an mtv special where he will take questions from young voters. i know i'm not young anymore because i don't know who sway calloway is with mtv. my apologies on that. romney schad tows president in iowa. nevada today. stumping in south cedar rapids while the president hits davenport and reno ahead of the president's las vegas appearance. romney got his own celebrity backup last night. michigan's own kid rock performed before a crowd of roughly 12,000 in one of the great concert venues out west outside of denver. red rock where romney claimed new momentum. >> did you get a chance to watch the debates? they have supercharged our campaign. i have to tell you that. >> both campaigns insist they are winning. in fact, beneathler even concede they are do
they show, maybe all voters are not created equal. new york, california and texas, they are three of the biggest states yet the candidates don't go to them except to raise money. because well, we know who voters are going to cast their ballots for in those states. so shouldn't we reform the way we pick a president? john samples is director of the center for representative government at the cato institute. as you heard john king going through this, he said they don't think it's probable you could have one win the popular vote and the other win the electoral but it's possible, and obviously, it did happen with al gore. so i guess i struggle with this one because in my head i feel when there's a conflict between the two, shouldn't the will of the people, the popular vote, win? >> well, in the constitution, and that's the rules of the game as we go in, there's another system established which is that the states have a role to play in all of this as well as population in each of the states. so going into it, both candidates and americans know what the rules are. so when the outcome com
in karen bass, congresswoman. democrat from california. congresswoman, good morning. >> good morning. >> i think you've heard the conversation. there's criticism from both sides that there has not been enough specificity. let me read what orrin hatch had to say in particular about this new brochure the president put out yesterday. with romney surging in the polls and two weeks before the election, the president's campaign responded by releasing a glossy 20-page brochure and called it an agenda. sure it's got nice pictures but it isn't a plan. it's nothing but a rehash of the same failed ideas of the past four years. you say to orrin hatch? >> i absolutely disagree with that. i think it is a plan. there are ideas in there that i believe will address the number one issue that we're facing in our country right now, and that is jobs. talking about hiring teachers, talking about starting a manufacturing institute, tax breaks, closing tax loopholes so that companies do not locate overseas. i do believe that there's a lot of specifics in there. and if we just simply pass the american jobs act tha
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